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  2. 2. Meeting/ Incentive / Conference Event/ Award Function Central Asia is located adjacent to the Indian Subcontinent and offers a great potential for inbound and outbound tourism in the fields of MICE, business, fun & leisure, culture, religion, history, adventure and family travel. Being in the middle of the Eurasian continent, it is also one of the most convenient routes of transit. The Indian Subcontinent is also a part of the Great Silk Route. In the light of their proximity and geo-political situation, CARs and especially Uzbekistan will become partners in economic, cultural, and transport affairs that offer a huge potential for Corporate, Incentive, and Business travel and Tashkent city, as a regional hub, is an optimal MICE destination to hold Sales conferences, meetings and conventions for Multinationals and other organizations.Uzbekistan has always been a destination which has attracted the interest of millions all over the world over past thousands of years!
  3. 3. Wonderful Tashkent It is Nearest Europe, least expensive Eurasian destination. It is small Moscow at the price of Thailand. Very relaxed and safe location for fun trips, a green, unpolluted city with gardens, parks and fountains, fresh air and clean & wide roads, cheap accommodations and good service, vibrant night life and Russian Ballet, Indian food, historical monuments and sanctuaries, peaceful & most hospitable people, various attractions and Oriental bazaars in which to shop combined with visiting historical cities of Samarkand & Bukhara and natural attractions of Chimgan mountain It is much more value for money than many countries for group tour what they can not even dream of getting in other destinations. UZBEKISTAN - an oasis of peace- a land where ancient history and modern culture converge!
  4. 4. There are 5 Indian restaurants in Tashkent and there are hotels serve Indian for Lunch & Dinner Arabic dance and Russian/ European show can be organized in Indian restaurants as well as at local Uzbek restaurants. 2 show clubs and 5 to 7 the best centrally located Night Clubs represent the most beautiful girls on earth perform breath taking shows with nominal entrance fee Indian people, who come to Uzbekistan, say that they fall in love with Uzbek cities, though it happens slowly. Many of them find our cities, and first of all Tashkent as very beautiful, green and clean. Wide and well asphalted streets, which are not crowded, absence of traffic jam, neat parks, trees, meadows, narrow irrigation channels throughout the whole city, serene, azure sky and nice, warm and friendly people. Uzbekistan has high traditions of welcoming its guests. Indian guests are usually overwhelmed by the warmth of the Uzbek hospitality. They are usually surprised how many Uzbek people love Indian songs and Bollywood stars. You can easily find somewhere on the shop-windows and house walls the posters of Shahrukh Khan or Rani Mukerji. If you go to bazaars, you can be welcomed by Uzbeks saying "Namaste" or by old Raj Kapoor's songs like "Mera joota hai Japani. Dil hai Hindustani"!! Every week at least three Hindi films are dubbed in Uzbek language and shown on the National Uzbek TV. They are very popular among youth as were to the older generation. People really love them, having many other favourite actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Amir Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Sridevi, Aiswarya Rai, Mithun Chakraborti, Priety Zinta. INDIAN FOOD NIGHTLIFE
  5. 5. Tashkent Day time attractions Tashkent city excursion including visits to: Independence Square, Museum of Temurids, Khast Imam complex, Chor-Su Oriental Bazaar, Modern monuments ($ 5). Optionally Tashkent TV Tower (the 9th in the world) and Tashkent Metro the most beautiful in the world, Aqua park ($ 10) and Disneyland ($ 12), at evening time - Russian Opera and Ballet ($ 5). One day excursion around the most beautiful Charvak-Chimgan mountains, 85 km/2 hrs from Tashkent. The trip includes: 15/05- 15/09 water attractions on Charvak lake, 15/12-15/03 skiing in Chimgan/Beldersay resort. Chair lift (2,5 km long) is available in Beldersay a year round ($ 3). One day excursion to Samarkand (300 km/4 hrs to one way) by new A/C chair train. Both ways train ticket cost $ 30. City excursion including Reqistan square, Gur- Emir and Bibi-Khanum mausoleum ($ 15), Samarkand Wine Tasting ($ 8) and Carpet factory Remarkable Shopping Magic Bukhara carpets (Samarkand carpet factory) Tasty dry fruits (Chor Su and Alaiski bazaars) Famous Rishtan Blue pottery (street shops) Beautiful modern paintings (Art galleries, Tashkent Broadway) Shilajit is also one of authentic gifts to take home (recommended drug stores) Local NAAN Shashlik Kabab
  6. 6. Full Name: The Republic of Uzbekistan Geographical Area: Area 447,000 sq km Topography: Deserts comprises almost 70% of the country's territory , along with mountain peaks. Climate: Summer s often surpass 35C (JUNE AUGUST) Winter : About -2C, but may fall as low as -25C Time: 5 hours ahead of GMT (30 min behind of IST) Population: 27,780,059 inhabitants Nationalities: Uzbek 80%, Russian 5.5%, Tajik 5%, Kazak 3%, Tatar 1.5%, Other 2.5% Capital: Tashkent, 2,767,879 inhabitants Language: Uzbek and Russian National Currency: Uzbekistan Sum (UZS) (1 USD = 1500 Sum) (INR 1 = 34 SUM) Neighboring countries: Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakstan Country Code: +998 Mobile No of Uzbekistan
  7. 7. The territory of modern Uzbekistan is situated where ancient trade routes crossed, the most famous one is the Great Silk Road. The Great Silk Road existed for more than 14 centuries, and it ran mostly on the territory of Uzbekistan. Before the Russian invasion of Central Asia (before 1860) there were more than 700 caravan routes in Uzbekistan, making commercial and tourist trips to the different countries of East and West. In the cities built along the Great Silk Road, between China and Europe, there are over four thousand architectural monuments of different historical epochs beginning from the early Middle Ages. That stretch from the Stone Age , through the eras of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and the Tamerlane Empire The tourism industry is one of the biggest employers Tourists flow to Uzbekistan growth @ 20% yearly From 1995 the Great Silk road program initiated by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan is implementing. Within the framework of this program numerous measures have been implemented in the main tourist destinations of Uzbekistan Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and Tashkent: free economic zones have been created in these cities and sizable concessions were granted to foreign investors interested in establishing joint ventures. Uzbekistan, where monuments of ancient cultures of different ages are concentrated, is rightly called a treasury of history. Ichan-Kala complex in Khiva, historical centers of Bukhara, Shakhrisabz and Samarkand are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Many unique monuments and architectural constructions in these towns have remained in a good state up to the present day and are of a great significance to the mankind. About Uzbekistan Blue Pottery Amir Timur Plov Bukhara Carpet
  8. 8. Hotel City Palace (Formerly Sheraton) Amir Tumir Street Tashkent 100029 Uzbekistan
  9. 9. Significance: Dedicated in memory of Amir Timur, the greatest conqueror, ruler and political leader of Uzbekistan. Location: City Centre, the area is simply called SQUARE. Significance: Houses all the artifacts and matter related to the life and achievements of Amir Timur Location: City centre, located at the SQUARE, next to the Amir Timur Monument Duration: 45 minutes Photography: Allowed against a payment of USD 2 for photos and USD 6 for videos. Significance: A symbol of independence, surrounded by a complex of beautiful parks, gardens and fountains Location: City centre Duration: 45 minutes Photography: Allowed, no restrictions
  10. 10. Significance: Dedicated to the martyrs of the Uzbekistan Army, who laid down their lives for the nation, during the Second World War, signified by the statue of the Weeping Mother and the Eternal Flame in front of her. Location: City centre, in the complex of the Freedom Square Duration: 30 minutes SPECIAL NOTE: IT IS ADVISED TO PLACE FLOWERS AT THE MEMORIAL, AS A TOKEN OF RESPECT AND TRIBUTE. Significance: A symbol of independence, surrounded by a complex of beautiful parks, gardens and fountains Location: City centre Duration: 45 minutes Significance: Highest legislative body of Uzbekistan Location: City centre Duration: 10 mins
  11. 11. Significance: Lower legislative body of Uzbekistan Location: 5 km from the city centre Duration: 15 mins Significance: Dedicated in memory of the greatest poet and writer of Uzbekistan ALI SHER NOVOI, built be the Japanese 2nd World War P.O.W. Location: City centre (Opposite our Hotel Tashkent Palace) Duration: 3 hrs Significance: One of the worlds tallest towers with a panoramic view of the entire city of Tashkent, also has a revolving restaurant. Location: 5 km from the city centre by road, on Amir Timur Street Duration: 1 hour
  12. 12. Significance: It is a huge theme park with water sports , rides and childrens activities Location: 5 km from the city centre Entrance Fee: USD 10 per person Duration: 3 hrs Significance: One of the worlds most beautiful and and well maintained metro systems, comprising of 24 station and 3 lines. Duration: 1 hours PHOTOGRAPHY: STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED Significance: The 2nd Prime Minister of India, who passed away here in Tashkent while on an official visit. Location: 2 km away from the city centre, on Shastri Road Duration: 15 minutes SPECIAL NOTE: INDIAN NATIONALS ARE REQUESTED TO PLACE A